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Eugene Remm

  1. Take a Bow
    SLA May Revoke EMM Group’s Liquor License at FinaleResidents of 199 Bowery are mad as hell and aren’t going to take the techno-thump anymore.
  2. Finale
    EMM Group’s Finale Denied Liquor-License AlterationA little more trouble for the big club on the Bowery.
  3. Community
    Is It Curtains for the EMM Group’s Finale on Bowery?Two hours of arguments at the Community Board meeting don’t bode well for bubbly.
  4. Meanwhile in the Hamptons
    Lily Pond Will Become SL EastOne piece of the Hamptons nightlife puzzle is already in place.
  5. Openings
    Marcellus Coleman, Not Hung Huynh, Is Chef at Lexington BrassEMM Group’s first hotel restaurant will be located at 48th and Lexington.
  6. User's Guide
    Abe & Arthur’s by the Mind-Boggling Numbers$30,000 bottles of Champagne + $88 porterhouses = $10 million in revenue. And more!
  7. Lists
    Tenjune Team Said to Be Working on Midtown ClubPlus, a ranking of nightlife’s power players.
  8. Slideshow
    A Closer Look at Abe & Arthur’s and Its FoodThe Tenjune team’s restaurant concept has been two years in the making.
  9. Meatpacking Tracking
    Abe & Arthur’s on Track for Summer; Now With Companion Club, SimyoneJust because you eat at Abe & Arthur’s doesn’t mean you can party at Simyone.
  10. Openings
    Franklin Becker Confirmed In at Abe & Arthur’sHis menu will be “built on the foundation of American bistro classics.”
  11. Models and Bottles
    Lotus 2.0 Will Open in Spring; Double Seven UncertainLotus will now be known as … Abe & Arthur’s?
  12. NewsFeed
    Lotus Closes After Liquor License SuspendedThe State Liquor Authority has leveled a staggering $40,000 in fines against the club and suspended its liquor license for 21 days.
  13. NewsFeed
    Lotus to Close This Sunday After Eight YearsOwner David Rabin is working on a new concept with the guys from Tenjune.
  14. User's Guide
    Hamptons Primer: What’s New, What’s Back, What’s GoneForeclosures be damned — the Hamptons scene is thriving this year. Here’s where to pop some very overpriced bubbly and celebrate.
  15. NewsFeed
    Tenjune Owners Predict the Meatpacking District’s DemiseAn interview with Tenjune owners Eugene Remm and Mark Birnbaum offers depressing snapshots of contemporary nightlife.
  16. NewsFeed
    Tenjune and Stereo Owners Too Busy to Sweat Rumors of Houston’s SlapfestA tipster tells Down by the Hipster that Michael Satsky, owner of the recently raided Stereo, approached Tenjune partner Mark Birnbaum at Houston’s and “walked directly up to him and hit him ‘openhanded’ out of his chair. He then proceeded to put him in a headlock.” The catalyst of that brawl, the source says, is that Tenjune stole DJ Suss One away from Stereo. We asked both parties for comments, and they were quick to offer statements.
  17. Ask a Waiter
    Lifestylist Michael Lerner Will Help You With That Parisian Wedding Proposal We normally reserve our Ask a Waiter column for, well, waiters (and bartenders, maître d’s, sommeliers, and the like), but if you’ve got $7,500 a year to blow on a service like Four Hundred — started in March by Tony Abrams along with Eugene Remm and Mark Birnbaum of Tenjune— you can also call upon still another industry professional: the lifestylist. Assuming you have his unlisted office number, you can contact Michael Lerner and ask him to make your every wish and whim come true, whether it be scoring you a table at Per Se or flying Kobe beef to your derby party in Kentucky. We asked Lerner how he works his magic.